Obviously, Hyde is seen as a class barrier preventing poor women from accessing abortion, but it’s part of a system of limitations placed on access to reproductive healthcare that disproportionately affects…
We’re finally seeing the Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt ruling in action.
Irony at its sweetest.
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton disputed the end of Roe v. Wade in this final presidential debate, which makes total sense as it was a decision made 43 years ago. Said decision also secured…
Of all the dire issues faced by our nation, stopping all third graders from accessing abortion is obviously the priority.
Poland’s ultra-strict abortion laws might get even worse — but not if its women have anything to say about it.
Both candidates have views on the issue that deviate slightly from their respective parties.
Obstacles placed around having abortions don’t actually mitigate them: they just make things exponentially more dangerous for women.
The categories of the three presidential debates are woefully broad, but they give plenty of leeway to tackle controversial issues the candidates differ critically on. …
Pretending it’s no longer an issue isn’t going to help the countless poor and marginalized women still unable to access it.
Roe v. Wade doesn’t matter that much to women who can’t afford it.
Obviously, even saints can be pretty problematic.